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The Discussion Paper assesses the success of two pilot projects—one in West Bengal, India and the other in Sindh, Pakistan—in ‘graduating’ poor women out of extreme poverty. The projects were based on the successful experience of BRAC, the well-known NGO in Bangladesh, in overcoming the multiple constraints blocking women’s empowerment.
These projects recognized that extreme poverty is not based solely on a lack of material resources, such as income and assets. It is also invariably due to a lack of human resources (such as education and skills) and social resources (such as supportive kinship relations and community solidarity).
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